Exam Practice Questions - Parenthood

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Some children are 'looked after' by the local authority. Give 3 reasons why children might be in local authority care.
Parents may be dead. The home may not be safe. Parents could be in jail.
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Suggest three ways that the roles of men and women in the family have changed.
Men and Women have a right to maternity or paternity leave. Increased technology has enabled family member's to work from home. Both men and women have greater education opportunities and careers.
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Identify two ways that having a baby might change the parents' lifestyle.
Parents have fewer opportunities to go out. Likely to be more tired.
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List three ways the parents can minimise the risk of accidents happening in the home.
Supervise babies and children. Keep ponds securely covered. Cabinets containing medicine and chemical substances should have child locks and be high up.
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What rights and responsibilites do adoptive parents have over a child?
All legal ties with the birth parents are broken. All responsibilities of the child's 'birth parents' are transferred to the adopters.
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Card 2

Front

Suggest three ways that the roles of men and women in the family have changed.

Back

Men and Women have a right to maternity or paternity leave. Increased technology has enabled family member's to work from home. Both men and women have greater education opportunities and careers.

Card 3

Front

Identify two ways that having a baby might change the parents' lifestyle.

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

List three ways the parents can minimise the risk of accidents happening in the home.

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

What rights and responsibilites do adoptive parents have over a child?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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